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xFluing

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    xFluing got a reaction from GDRRiley in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    Oh man I've been sitting on these for 3 years now
     
     
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    xFluing reacted to GoldenLag in "Multi-Core" graphics cards   
    The issue lies in connecting 2 dies that can function just fine on their own. Which is what the zen approach is. Due to differences im memmory distrubution and cache such an approach is not possible. 
     
    They would have to make "CU" dies to be fed by a "cache" die that will feed the different "CU" dies. Something that intel can apply with their different node tech. 
     
    This approach would also probably involve an active substrate. Something AMD is currently working on
  3. Agree
    xFluing got a reaction from J.b091 in 4GB RAM & Page File   
    I should upgrade the RAM before those 5 years, also the SSD is 240GB in size.
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    xFluing reacted to LAwLz in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    I've said it before and I will say it again, LinusTechTips is not a channel for information.
    Even their "informative" videos are often riddled with factual errors which leaves the viewer less informed than before they watched the video.
     
    If you want to learn something, stay away from LinusTechTips and their other channels. If you think their videos are entertaining then go ahead and watch them, but never use them as a source of information.
    Their graphs being inaccurate is the least of their issues.
  5. Agree
    xFluing got a reaction from dalekphalm in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    Then why make the takeaway point seem like some rigged graph, again, either have them of variable length without rounded numbers, or without any number altogether, or have them at the same length if rounded, it's not about the point they're making, it's about the implications of such a small error, this is how misinformation gets spread, through small errors everyone copies.
  6. Informative
    xFluing got a reaction from Minibois in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    Whoever did this needs to be fired STAT, is his editor an Intel shill or something what happened here, why do the Ryzen 3 results have smaller bars than the Intel ones, even though the numbers are the exact same? This isn't just a fluke, it's in all of the graphs in the video, see for yourself: 
     

  7. Agree
    xFluing got a reaction from dalekphalm in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    Then why make the takeaway point seem like some rigged graph, again, either have them of variable length without rounded numbers, or without any number altogether, or have them at the same length if rounded, it's not about the point they're making, it's about the implications of such a small error, this is how misinformation gets spread, through small errors everyone copies.
  8. Agree
    xFluing got a reaction from dalekphalm in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    Thought it might be, but why not just give the non-rounded numbers, otherwise it can cause uproars, like this had already done.

    This still doesn't absolve them of this goof, either round the numbers and have both bars the same length, or DON'T round the numbers in order to keep bars at different lengths.
  9. Agree
    xFluing reacted to Pangea2017 in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    if you plot 97 they have to be the same size. Otherwise you have to ask what is the point of writing 97 and not something like 96.85 when the precision is better?
     
    What would be nice if they have a error bar or some where at the bottom the uncertainty listed like +- 0,5 frames for 3 sigma.
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    xFluing reacted to Ryan_Vickers in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    I was going to say it looks like just an honest mistake (OP's complaint looks bad but there's others where AMD is ahead due to misalignment so clearly no bias there*), but a mistake nonetheless, although this could very well explain it.  Hadn't thought of that.  Personally I would advise them to add an extra decimal point in cases like this for clarity, even if it's not a significant difference and may well even be within the margin of error.
     
    *
     
  11. Agree
    xFluing reacted to Underwrought in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    When I want accurate and detailed I watch GN, when I want entertainment I watch LTT.  Its weird and kinda not good but this falls under meh for me.
  12. Informative
    xFluing reacted to peredv in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    If the bars are the correct sizes then here are the "derounded" numbers:
     
    one px = 100/56px = 1.79% of a fps
    The Core I7 8700K scored a 17 + 26px meaning it got a score of (26px * 0.0179) + 17 = 17.46 fps - when rounding this would still be 17 but just barely.
    The Ryzen 3 1300X then scored a 16 + (47.5px▲ * 0.0179) = 16.85 fps
     
    ▲NOTE: I know pixels can't really be half but the last pixel of the ryzen bar is of about 50% opacity, I took this to mean .5 of a pixel
  13. Informative
    xFluing got a reaction from Minibois in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    Whoever did this needs to be fired STAT, is his editor an Intel shill or something what happened here, why do the Ryzen 3 results have smaller bars than the Intel ones, even though the numbers are the exact same? This isn't just a fluke, it's in all of the graphs in the video, see for yourself: 
     

  14. Informative
    xFluing got a reaction from Minibois in That's not how graphs work, Linus   
    Whoever did this needs to be fired STAT, is his editor an Intel shill or something what happened here, why do the Ryzen 3 results have smaller bars than the Intel ones, even though the numbers are the exact same? This isn't just a fluke, it's in all of the graphs in the video, see for yourself: 
     

  15. Funny
    xFluing got a reaction from Jurrunio in Comprehensive Nvidia Tiering Guide   
    Recently I've come up with a system to tier Nvidia's cards to clear up the waters on what video card is what.
     
    This list calls the video cards by their real names, you can figure out by yourself which is which, it's pretty easy.
     
    GT 1020
    GT 1030
    GTX 1050
    GTX 1055
    GTX Doorstop
    GTX 1050 Ti
    GTX 1060
    GTX 1070
    GTX Doorstop 2
    GTX we-don't-want-to-give-you-the-full-GP-100-chip-even-though-we-should-have-because-this-is-the-80-class-which-should-be-the-full-dye.
    GTX we-still-don't-want-to-give-you-the-full-GP-100-chip
     
    I hope this clears stuff up and makes it a bit easier to differentiate between each of them.
  16. Funny
    xFluing got a reaction from Jurrunio in Comprehensive Nvidia Tiering Guide   
    Recently I've come up with a system to tier Nvidia's cards to clear up the waters on what video card is what.
     
    This list calls the video cards by their real names, you can figure out by yourself which is which, it's pretty easy.
     
    GT 1020
    GT 1030
    GTX 1050
    GTX 1055
    GTX Doorstop
    GTX 1050 Ti
    GTX 1060
    GTX 1070
    GTX Doorstop 2
    GTX we-don't-want-to-give-you-the-full-GP-100-chip-even-though-we-should-have-because-this-is-the-80-class-which-should-be-the-full-dye.
    GTX we-still-don't-want-to-give-you-the-full-GP-100-chip
     
    I hope this clears stuff up and makes it a bit easier to differentiate between each of them.
  17. Funny
    xFluing got a reaction from Jurrunio in Comprehensive Nvidia Tiering Guide   
    Recently I've come up with a system to tier Nvidia's cards to clear up the waters on what video card is what.
     
    This list calls the video cards by their real names, you can figure out by yourself which is which, it's pretty easy.
     
    GT 1020
    GT 1030
    GTX 1050
    GTX 1055
    GTX Doorstop
    GTX 1050 Ti
    GTX 1060
    GTX 1070
    GTX Doorstop 2
    GTX we-don't-want-to-give-you-the-full-GP-100-chip-even-though-we-should-have-because-this-is-the-80-class-which-should-be-the-full-dye.
    GTX we-still-don't-want-to-give-you-the-full-GP-100-chip
     
    I hope this clears stuff up and makes it a bit easier to differentiate between each of them.
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    xFluing reacted to Jonas_2909 in Direct Die Cooling   
    I think @xFluing was talking about placing pads on the pcb in order to transfer the pressure, so they like wouldn't and probably shouldn't be placed on the die.
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    xFluing reacted to AdamTheSlave in GPU is killing me!!! PLEASE READ THIS AND HELPPP!!!   
    cheap solution: 1050ti will do wonders.
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    xFluing got a reaction from CheeseMilk in GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1   
    An RMA is available throughout the whole warranty period.
     
    Edit: which is different from returning. You return the product to Amazon, but you RMA it to EVGA themselves. That's my understanding of it anyway, if someone knows any better feel free to chip in.
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    xFluing got a reaction from CheeseMilk in GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1   
    When you RMA something you send it back to the manufacturer because of an unforeseen issue so that they can replace it for you.
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    xFluing got a reaction from CheeseMilk in GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1   
    Useless stuff like motion blur, chromatic aberration, film grain etc. It's just stuff that makes the game look worse AND drain gpu power.
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    xFluing reacted to Leinad4400 in GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1   
    Not to that extent. I run 4GB of DDR4-2400 to my R5 1600, and I've never experienced bottlenecking that bad because of it.
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    xFluing got a reaction from CheeseMilk in GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1   
    Useless stuff like motion blur, chromatic aberration, film grain etc. It's just stuff that makes the game look worse AND drain gpu power.
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    xFluing got a reaction from CheeseMilk in GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1   
    Useless stuff like motion blur, chromatic aberration, film grain etc. It's just stuff that makes the game look worse AND drain gpu power.
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